Complex Analysis for Mathematics and Engineering

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Computers - 633 pages
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The New Fifth Edition Of Complex Analysis For Mathematics And Engineering Presents A Comprehensive, Student-Friendly Introduction To Complex Analysis Concepts. Its Clear, Concise Writing Style And Numerous Applications Make The Foundations Of The Subject Matter Easily Accessible To Students. Believing That Mathematicians, Engineers, And Scientists Should Be Exposed To A Careful Presentation Of Mathematics, The Authors Devote Attention To Important Topics, Such As Ensuring That Required Assumptions Are Met Before Using A Theorem, Confirming That Algebraic Operations Are Valid, And Checking That Formulas Are Not Blindly Applied. A New Chapter On Z-Transforms And Applications Provides Students With A Current Look At Digital Filter Design And Signal Processing.
  

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Contents

Complex Numbers
1
Complex Functions
49
Analytic and Harmonic Functions
93
Sequences Julia and Mandelbrot Sets and Power Series
123
Elementary Functions
155
Complex Integration
193
Taylor and Laurent Series
249
Residue Theory
291
zTransforms and Applications
337
Conformal Mapping
395
Applications of Harmonic Functions
425
Fourier Series and the Laplace Transform
513
Answers
581
Index
625
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